From an aesthetic perspective, it’s a good idea, especially when the photo has something to do with the content.
Photos and images are especially important for food blogs.
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co.
Office Etiquette or Office Manners is about conducting yourself respectfully and courteously in the office or workplace First impressions are important!
[Read: 10 ways to handle dating someone with anger issues] #4 Be short and sweet. This is especially true in the realm of texting and dating, since the recipient can’t see you as you say *type* those words. Have you ever had someone send you the same text multiple times back-to-back? The more texts you send at a time, the more desperate and needier you come across.
So, be sure to shower regularly and use a suitable deodorant Do not cough or sneeze in anyone's direction.
Use a tissue, if possible, to contain the germs and then say "Excuse me" The essence of good manners and etiquette is to be respectful and courteous at all times and with everybody Therefore, treat your co-workers, cleaners, maintenance people and others with respect and courtesy Good office etiquette is easily achieved by using common courtesy as a matter of course Keep your interruptions of others to a minimum and always apologise if your intrusion is an interruption of a discussion, someone’s concentration or other activity Show respect for each others workspace.
[Read: 8 romantic gestures from the olden days all girls miss] #2 Don’t text when you’re drunk.
This deserves repeating over and over in all texting etiquette guides.
Loud people are a vexation Say, “Please; Thank you; You’re welcome”, as part of your everyday courtesy Be discreet and compassionate in your criticism of a co-worker Don’t gossip about any co-worker’s private life Do not try to sell things to your colleagues Don’t hover around while waiting for a co-worker to get off the phone.